Web Addresses for State Statutes on Phenethylamine Psychedelics
v1.1 - Mar 2012
Originally published in The Shulgin Index, Vol. 1: Psychedelic Phenethylamines and Related Compounds
Citation: Shulgin AT, Manning T, Daley P. "Appendix B: Web Addresses for State Statutes on Phenethylamine Psychedelics". The Shulgin Index, Vol. 1: Psychedelic Phenethylamines and Related Compounds. 2011:427-431.
In the United States the Controlled Substances Act defines the status of psychoactive materials subject to regulation at the federal level (FR, 2007). However, the states (and District of Columbia) also promulgate similar, but not identical, lists of scheduled substances. This Appendix lists the Internet addresses of sites posted by state (and D.C.) justice and health departments where relevant statutes were found, as of late 2008. It is important for researchers and clinicians to appreciate the status of materials they might work with, and we have surveyed the federal and state statutes for the main entry compounds in this volume using these resources. We have not attempted interpretation of the federal analog substance subchapter (Title 21, Chapter 13, Subchapter I, Part B, § 813), but suggest readers may need to research additional legal opinions on this ancillary code.
Connecticut (see paragraph 'f')
New Hampshire and New Hampshire 2
New Jersey (PDF)
North Dakota (PDF)